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Listen up, chocoholics. In celebration of National Milk Chocolate Day on July 28, the KitchenDaily editors put 33 different kinds of milk chocolate bars to the test. Searching for the best of the best, we scored the bars in a blind taste test (trust us, none of these brands were involved with the experiment!).

We tasted bars that ranged in price from $0.49 to $5.99, and we were shocked to learn that the cheapest of the bunch was the biggest crowd-pleaser! And though each of the bars was a perfectly acceptable snack that none of us would turn away, our taste buds got down to the nitty gritty to detect the smallest flavor notes and textural details that separated the best from the worst.

Check out the results below, and find out how your favorites performed. We were surprised by the results (especially by where the classic Hershey bar ranked), and we think you will be, too.

* If you’re wondering what differentiates milk chocolate from dark chocolate, milk chocolate is defined as containing approximately 30 to 40 percent cocoa solids, whereas dark chocolate uses at least 60 percent cocoa solids.

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